365 – Week 9 – Rikke

I can’t seem to must the energy to be really productive today, so I’m just doing a bunch of very small things that I could do later the week, but if I do today will free up more time later. It makes sense. Trust me. So therefore I’m already doing this Sunday morning post on Wednesday afternoon. So let’s get to it.

I’m a little annoyed that the first picture this week isn’t pretty or of something interesting, but there are 52 weeks in a year, so they can’t all be winners.

Thursday, 19 January 2017: The highlight of my day was eating pølsemix – french fries with sliced sausage – and watching Teen Wolf. It is the little things, you know.

Friday, 20 January 2017: I decided to paint my toenails to match my awesome space leggins.
Saturday, 21 January 2017: Mette asked me a couple of days ago if I wanted to go with her to the opening of Aarhus as the 2017 European Culture Capital, and since I was planning to go alone, it seemed sensible to team up with her for company. We spend a few hours in the cold looking at the pretty parade of lights and ships, dancing to a rather pumped DJ and watching fireworks in the sky. Well done #Aarhus2017.
Sunday, 22 January: We went shopping and ended up buying five packets of soup, because a) We were low on soup, b) they were on offer, c) we really like soup.
Monday, 23 January 2017: Someone was hammering stuff up when I went to bed last light night, which reminded me that I needed to add some more nails to keep the U above my door from falling down all the time.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017: The Oscar nominations were announced today! Diana was at work when they were announced, so I stayed off Twitter until she got home and we could watch them together. We then promptly made a list of the movies we are going to watch. 37 in total. Including shorts.
Wednesday, 25 January 2017: I originally had an appointment at the blood bank to donate plasma on Monday, but I had a migrane Sunday afternoon, so I had to eat some pills and therefore had to more my appointment to today. It was my 17th time donating either blood or plasma, so I know all the tricks to make it a good experience for me and the nurses.

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